GCAS BOOKSTORE & RESEARCH MATERIALS

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This week's Featured book is by GCAS Core Faculty member, Joshua Ramey. He will be teaching a seminar in our E-School in starting Sept 16 called, Whose Afraid of Neoliberalism?

Featured Books and GCAS Affiliate Professor, Henry Giroux

Learn more about the Critical Pedagogical Tradition and why it's important to local and global education.

Read the interviews on this book

 Background Briefing

Rising Up

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Henry Giroux, PhD is widely considered to be a foremost cultural critic and the heir of Paulo Freire and the Critical Pedagogical Tradition.

books remind us that democracy is an everyday struggle
— creston davis
Reading About the World Vol 1
By Paul Brians, Mary Gallwey, Azfar Hussain, Richard Law, Michael Myers
Prospettive bioetiche di fine vita. La morte cerebrale e il trapianto di organi
By Rosangela. Becchi, Paolo. Donadoni, Paolo. Barcaro
Why only one song, one speech, one text at a time? - When Our Lips Speak Together
— Luce Irigaray
Love without risk is an impossibility, like war without death
— Alain Badiou


GCAS Currency 

Soon you'll be able to purchase books, research materials, and courses from GCAS at discounted prices using the GCAS Dollar. Specials include student rates, adjunct professor discounts, membership discounts and a lot more. 

You can earn GCAS Dollars in several different ways:

(a) by enrolling in our E-School and passing courses (via our GCAS Tokens Program see below)

(b) by publishing a blog on our website or an article in our journal "Engaged Humanities"

(c) by becoming: a supporting member

(d) by becoming subscribing member

(e) by becoming a GCAS Researcher

(f) purchasing items from our GCAS Bookstore

By supporting our independent alternative school we are creating a micro-economy based on knowledge and sharing ideas not on extracting surplus value and exploiting people. 

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